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April 28, 2022, 7:09 p.m. | /u/rleekc

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As a cybersecurity analyst with 5 years of experience and CISSP. I believe that software engineering is significantly more challenging than cybersecurity concepts. I also work part time as a teaching assistant at a cybersecurity bootcamp and the material, imo, seems easier that full stack web development. I also have an associates degree in computer science and learning discrete math, data structures and algorithms, and calculus felt harder than passing than CISSP.

I'll have to admit, starting in cybersecurity was …

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